Toys for Tots has started its annual tradition by setting up boxes at businesses throughout the county to help families make the holidays a special time. “It’s a magical time for kids,” said Jennifer Bouck, Toys for Tots coordinator in Montcalm County.
Though fashions and style change over the years, the problems faced by teens haven’t really changed that much. A group of Greenville High School teens give us a glimpse of what life was like only a few generations ago with their presentation of “Grease.”
STANTON — Rarely, siblings in the military are deployed together in the same unit. Very rarely, a parent and child get deployed in the same unit. The Stephens family of Stanton built the unique bond in 2008, when father Terry Stephens deployed to Iraq with his son, Chris. It was Terry’s third deployment and Chris’ [...]
Montcalm Community College (MCC) hosted a small gathering to honor those who have served in the military Thursday afternoon.
Community members sat side by side with the Belding Recreation Advisory Board on Thursday night brainstorming ideas for the new Community Recreation Plan for the city. Divided into five groups, about 25 people gathered for the Belding Visioning Session at the Belrockton in downtown Belding in order to come up with new ways to help improve recreational areas throughout the city.
The Belding High School Drama Club brings Shakespeare to the stage with its fall production of “Romeo and Juliet.” One of the bard’s most famous tragedies, the plot portrays the story of two star-crossed lovers. When Romeo Montague (David Michalek), the son of Lord Montague (Johnny Adame) and Lady Montague (Emilee Renucci), finds himself lovesick [...]
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education received a recommendation from the policy committee to name the new stadium. The Greenville High School student council, athletic department and administration received more than 180 submissions for names of the new football stadium and athletic complex.
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education voted on a package of bids for the bond project Monday night. Fifteen of 17 bids were approved by the board for the project. The bidding process is now 70 percent complete. Two of the bids, synthetic turf and telecommunications still have some “quirks” that need to be worked out.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has taken over the investigation of an armed bank robbery in Greenville, but they don’t have much to go on.
Greenville Department of Public Safety (GDPS) Director Mike Stuck said a man walked into Huntington Bank downtown just after 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday and showed a gun to tellers before making off with an undisclosed amount of money. The man left the scene on foot, cutting through an alley and running into the residential neighborhood east of the downtown area before police lost sight of him.